Inbal Freund has held several leadership positions in organizations focusing on Jewish social activism and values. Inbal was the Director of resource development for the Social Activism unit of The Jewish Agency for Israel, empowering vulnerable communities and populations throughout Israel. She was also a directorate member at the Jerusalem Ir Ganim community center. Prior to this role, Inbal served as The Jewish Agency's Hebrew spokeswoman.
Inbal served as the Director of Mavoi Satum, dedicated to solving the challenges of women denied religious divorces. Inbal also worked for Shatil and served as Kol Dor conference Co-Chair. She founded and directed Chaverim, a learning community for new immigrants and Israelis. She was a steering committee member of the Presentense Institute for Creative Zionism and a Legacy Heritage Fellow at The Jewish People Policy Institute.
Ms. Freund holds a baccalaureate degree in Psychology from The Hebrew University. Throughout her studies, Inbal continued to advance her Jewish education in the Chavruta program and at Midreshet Lindenbaum. She represented Hebrew University at conferences around the world, including Limmud (England), BCI (U.S.A. - California), and CEULAJ (Spain) and taught Hebrew and Jewish Studies in Manchester, England.
In her free time, Inbal is a published poet through Mashiv Haruach Jewish poets company and a member of the Yakar Beit Midrash and choir.